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Golf Instruction

Sand Strong: Jeff Ritter

Four steps to blasting out of bunkers.
June 2014
shots-strokes

Bunker Play - How To Make More Bunker Shots

One of the biggest reasons amateurs struggle with bunker shots is that they don't keep a level head. Here's what you should do about it.
Golf Courses & Travel

Bunkers at their Best

Golf World's architecture editor identifies the 10 sandy sentries that represent -- architecturally and strategically -- America's top bunkers
March 2014
Golf Instruction

Tom Watson: Don't Give Up In The Sand (Video)

Try this bunker drill: continue your shoulder turn through impact to avoid leaving the ball in the bunker.
February 2014
Golf Instruction

Tom Watson: My No. 1 Sand Tip (Video)

One simple key for hitting out of fairway bunkers.
December 2013
coaches-instructors

Shortcuts from Tom Watson - My No. 1 Sand Tip

Tom Watson shares his one simple key for hitting out of fairway bunkers.
Golf Instruction / Lesson Tee

Tom Watson: No. 1 Sand Tip

One simple key for hitting out of fairway bunkers.
December 2013
Golf Instruction / Golf Instruction

Video gallery: Lessons From Bandon Dunes

From bracing crosswinds to tumultuous sand dunes, Bandon Dunes Resort, is the closest you'll get in the U.S. to the classic links courses of the British Isles. In this collection of tips from Jeff Simonds, Director of Golf & Grant Rogers, the Director of Instruction at Bandon, golfers can get a better sense of the challenges players will face in the British Open, and learn how to deal with such situations themselves.
Golf Instruction / Web-extra video

Lessons From Bandon Dunes: Pot Bunkers (Video)

Bandon's five extraordinary courses—four of which are ranked on America's 100 Greatest Courses—present unique challenges for even expert golfers. Grant Rogers, Director of Instruction at Bandon Dunes Resorts, offers advice on how to get out of pot bunkers.
Golf Instruction / Golf Instruction

Jim McLean: From 60 Yards Out (Video)

Bag your wedge: Use a less lofted club, like a 9-iron, and position the ball in the center of a fairly narrow stance.
February 2013
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